The most important Power of Veto this season played out in the Big Brother house over the weekend.
Going into the competition, Nicole was the Head of Household in large part thanks to Holly throwing the competition to her.
Holly made the deal ahead of the HOH competition because she was kept in the house by Cliff and Nicole.
Nicole proceeded to put Holly and Jackson up on the block.
The beauty of this veto competition is that the winner casts the sole vote to evict this round, so Holly or Jackson had to win if they had any hope of saving each other.
At the competition, Jackson emerged with the win. He and Holly are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to competition wins.
But Cliff felt oddly secure, even though he could up against Jackson's love interest. Cliff felt like Jackson would honor a deal and keep him until the end.
However, Jackson admitted to Nicole on Sunday that she was voting Cliff out. Nicole was understandably mad, but she failed to recognize that she and Cliff were set to flip on Holly and Jackson last week.
Nicole told Cliff, and he was pretty fine with finishing in fourth place -- at first.
He and Nicole later started scheming to find a way to make Jackson feel guilty and honor his part of the deal.
That's never going to happen, and Jackson even proposed the idea of taking Holly down from the block and leaving himself up.
That would give Holly the vote to evict Cliff. It's a risky move, for sure, but one that could give Jackson a stress-free week so that he doesn't have to talk game with Cliff and Nicole.
We have the Veto meeting coming up later today.
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